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‘Nothing wrong if my wife uses sex toys to make herself happy’ – Actor DKD

NOLLYWOOD actor, Daniel K. Daniel (DKD) has been bristling with the euphoria of being selected a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Science (OSCARS).

Only recently, the Enugu-born actor returned home from the United States where he went to study acting and directing as well as shoot some movies.

In a recent interview, the ‘fine-boy’ actor spoke on his love life, coping as a married actor and more.

Speaking on the craziest thing a female fan or admirer has done to him, Daniel said, “Too many; from jumping on me in public to grabbing my ass, and some have even stolen kisses/pecks sometimes. Airports and malls are normally the craziest places when it comes to fan love. I never see any as crazy because they all come from a place of love, and I appreciate every single one of my fans. Without them, there is no me.”

Despite the fact that marriages, especially in Nollywood keep breaking up, rumour also had it that the seasoned actor has a baby mama.

He clears the air, “I don’t do baby mamas. I am happily married with kids. I have no problem with divorce. If two adults, who conscientiously agreed to be together decide that they don’t want to be together anymore, it is only right that they go their separate ways instead of living in toxicity.”

He also gave a tip on what he does to safeguard his marriage, “I do so by keeping our married life private. Live and love privately.

The father of two also revealed that he doesn’t mind his wife using sex toys due to his long absence from home.

“I have no problem with that. I travel a lot anyway, so whatever keeps her happy, I’m down with that. To me sex means procreation of life. It’s a way to show and express love.”

Asked if he has ever been sexually harassed by gay fans, he replied, “No, I have never been sexually harassed by any gay fan but some of them have offered me generous gifts, which I graciously turned down. I am grateful to all my fans, gay or straight. I don’t judge anyone by their sexual preferences.”

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